The MSF program is a 36-unit program of Business Graduate (500 level and above) Coursework.
Tuition is calculated per unit based on the unit price of the given academic year. Tuition is subject to increase each academic year. For detailed information on tuition and mandatory fees please VISIT HERE. Please keep in mind this information relates only to the listed academic year.
In addition, we ask students to budget for approximately $3000 in additional university and program fees. Students are also responsible for housing, food, transportation, and student health insurance costs.
Admitted Students Deposit
A nonrefundable $2,000 deposit secures the student's space in the class. Once enrolled, the $2000 deposit will be credited as payment to your tuition and fees. Please note, once you have paid your deposit, you will not be granted a refund. Payment of your deposit secures your seat in the program and is non-refundable.
Student Financial Services
All tuition and fee payments are processed through STUDENT FINANCIAL SERVICES. For more information on billing cycles, methods of payment, and more, please visit their website or contact their department directly.
International Students Financial Statement
Review the International Students Only: Financial documentation and passport section for complete information.
MSF program offers a limited amount of scholarships to admitted students. Domestic and international students are eligible. Applicants are encouraged to apply early for priority scholarship consideration.
Please visit USC Financial Aid (https://financialaid.usc.edu/) and click on “Graduates & Professionals” You will find information on domestic and international students.
Students may seek on-campus employment opportunities once they begin the program.
Teaching and Research Assistantships
MSF program itself does not offer research or teaching assistantships, however, students are welcome to seek one out on their own once the program has started.